Pana Sankranti: Odia music, delicacies enthrall attendees at ‘Samarpan’ in Pune

Bhubaneswar: Jagannath Charitable Trust hosted ‘Samarpan’, a musical extravaganza featuring six eminent artistes from Odia film industry, in Pune on the auspicious occasion of Pana Sankranti, the Odia New Year.

The musical event that took place at Lohegaon in Pune drew a crowd of over 2,000 attendees, who immerse themselves in the rich cultural heritage of Odisha.

Alongside the mesmerizing musical performances, the event offered a taste of authentic Odia cuisines, tantalizing the taste buds of local residents.

The program served as a fitting tribute to the spirit of renewal and celebration. For Punekars with Odia roots, ‘Samarpan’ offered a nostalgic journey back to their cultural heritage, providing a glimpse into the vibrant traditions and flavours of Odisha.

Attendees indulged in a culinary feast, sampling a diverse array of Odia delicacies, from the aromatic flavors of ‘dalma’ to the sweet temptations of ‘rasagola’. As the melodies of Odia music filled the air, the aroma of these traditional dishes further enhanced the festive atmosphere, creating an unforgettable sensory experience.

‘Samarpan’ not only celebrated the artistic talents of the Odia film industry but also fostered cultural exchange and camaraderie among diverse communities. Through music, food and shared experiences, the event embodies the spirit of unity and harmony, transcending geographical boundaries.

The musical event celebrated tradition, artistry, and the timeless bond between Odisha and Maharashtra.

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